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Passed SCBCD  RSS feed

 
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Hi,
I passed SCBCD with a good score of 92%. I started the preparation with Head First EJB for the knowledge of EJB concepts. The mock exams in Jdiscuss ,ejbcertificate and Head First EJB really helped to acheive this. Is Sun Microsystems going to upgrade the exam for EJB 3.0? Is it reallly necessary to take SCWCD 1.4 upgrade exam, if u already passed SCWCD 1.3? Did it cover the same spec as in 1.3?
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Since I am new to this forum, but the doubts and replies posted found to be too useful for the exam... Thank you...
 
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Hi Smera,

Congrats.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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